Archie’s first official outing! The royal babies steal the spotlight from their dads
The royal children have stolen the limelight from their dads, Prince William and Prince Harry, who battled it out on the field in the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day.
Royal supporters have gotten a rare glimpse into the private lives of Duchess Kate and Duchess Meghan who brought their royal children to cheer on their dads.
It is the first time the public has gotten to see baby Archie with his three older cousins, and fans were not disappointed.
The Duchess of Cambridge was first seen with her youngest son Prince Louis in her arms while Prince George and his younger sister Princess Charlotte were spotted at Billingbear Polo Club, in Berkshire, southwest of London.
The Duchess of Sussex was also out with baby Archie in a white onesie just days after being christened.
The new mother enjoyed her day out with her newborn son, nephews and niece in a loose-fitting, olive coloured caftan by Lisa Marie Fernandez, and chose to finish the look with oversized sunnies and tousled hair.
The Duchess of Cambridge went for a pink printed chiffon frock by L.K. Bennett with tan espadrilles and red crossbody.
The tall heels didn’t seem to stop her from running after her flamboyant 15-month-old son Prince Louis, who enjoyed his time playing in the grass.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte caused a delightful muck all on their own with the 5-year-old was dressed in a polo t-shirt and shorts while 4-year-old Charlotte was sporting a floral pink dress.
The whole family cheered on Prince William and Harry from the sidelines, however, it was the oldest brother whose team took out the win. The Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex were playing for the Khun Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Memorial Polo Trophy in honour of the Leicester City Football Club owner, who tragically died in a helicopter crash last year.
Scroll through the gallery above to the royal family's rare day out together.